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June 12, 2003, 10:58 PM

Question about removing the throttle cables from the clip on part.
This is a dumb question - but is there any trick to
removing them from the white plastic mount on the mechanism?
I do not want to mess anything up or have to take off the cables from the carbs unless I have to.

I have to remove the cables from the
white housing on the clip on. It looks like they are
held in by knobs and should just be able to be
grabbed, and slide out of the plastic thing; but I am
pulling pretty hard and they are not coming out.

I just not want to do more damage to the the cables
and have to re-do them.

I would remove the entire housing - but the clip on I
purchased from eBay (for $5, how often does that
happen?) has the white plastic thing, grip and bar end
attached
Thanks for any tips.
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June 13, 2003, 06:16 PM

Use the adjusters on the cables to put slack in them. Then there should be enough slack to remove them.


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